DTRASH110 - Hyperdriver - Naked Aggression
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HYPERDRIVER the multi-genre project of UK’s Steve Munslow, specializing in aggressive, noisy, weird and distorted sounds. Hard?? You better believe it !! Breakcore, Noise, Speedcore, Gabber all these & much more...
HYPERDRIVER plays a style, flexing his musical muscle with extreme techno, drum and bass, and noise tars in such a way to make the PRODIGY look like mandolin strumming balladers. This band, adequately named according to their brand of electro, drives a hyper-speed blend of tech-noise together with a very welcomed sense of humor. The BPMs will give you a nose bleed if the harsh, volatile insanity of the music doesn't do it first.
Cutting up the elements of the history of electronic dance music (techno, acid, breakbeat, jungle, electro, hip hop, ambient etc), HYPERDRIVER cuts and pastes it and fucks it up to create his own "dance music". Sometimes it sounds like a "normal" dance track but there's always the special HYPERDRIVER touch; broken beats, fucked up acid, etc.... Ultimately hitting you with some extremely hardcore dance music that is now a pretty established trademark for him, harsh distorted breaks collide with deep hard basslines and great noise set the mood, sometimes slowing down to an almost hip hop pace.
HYPERDRIVER, otherwise labelhead and prolific artist for BEERGUT RECORDINGS gives D-TRASH Records in 2008, his 2nd album for the label, this one “Naked Aggression” DTRASH110. Accompanying the CD release is a bonus DVD with 4 of the album’s songs as full-length music videos.
Hyperdriver is definitely the hardest project I�ve ever heard on D-Trash Records. This UK-project has a sound for experienced hard-core cyber-noise lovers. Starting with a famous tune of Beethoven it only announces the landing of a merciless sonic assault. Steve Munslow aka Hyperdriver seems to reduce a band like Ultraviolence to music for sissies. Hyperdriver is pure, brute power where any kind of imaginable music influence has been literally raped by sonic manipulations. You here and than recognize elements of d�n�b and gabber or simply noise, but all of them seem to have been locked in furious sonic washer on speed. This sound is definitely experimental. Next to the 12 track cd we also get a dvd with a few clips from these songs. We here get a mix of live appearances and real weird images mixed in clips. This new album is extreme to the brim so be careful when inserting this disc in your cd-player! It doesn�t really convince me for being that hard and chaotic while I already heard better releases (and definitely more accessible ones) on D-Trash Records!
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